APEngine closing note
28.07.11
APEngine was an online journal project produced by Animate Projects. A space for debate and discussion across the area of moving image practice from a range of perspectives and a place in which to encounter and engage with different creative and critical ideas. APEngine launched at onedotzero‘s Adventures in Motion September 2009 and was Media Partner to AURORA 2009 in November. It was produced by Animate Projects – a ...
onedotzero_adventures in motion festival returns

25.10.10
The Johnny Cash Project by Chris Milk & Aaron Koblin Dates: 10-14 November 2010 | Location: BFI Southbank The return of the internationally renowned adventures in motion festival sees onedotzero and BFI Southbank join forces once again to present an array of audiovisual and cinematic experiences. Every bit as important as the programme itself is the sense of community that exists as artists, filmmakers and practitioners from ...
onedotzero
19.05.10
Filmmakers should send their innovative short films, installations, interactive work and live audiovisual performances to onedotzero to be considered for their annual showcase at the BFI Southbank, London, UK, 10-14 November 2010 before touring internationally. The five-day festival is the first stop on onedotzero’s extensive worldwide network of events. Submissions are free and can include work in the following categories: Animation + short form: progressive work of ...
Decode: Digital design exhibition at the V&A

05.01.10
Digital visualisation of the Bit.Code project by Julius Popp, 2009 Dates: 8 December – 11 April | Location: The Porter Gallery, V&A Museum, London Decode is a collaboration between the V&A and onedotzero to celebrate digital and interactive design. The exhibition explores three themes: code, looking at how computer programming can create and aid ever-changing design. Interactivity, exploring works that can be directly influenced by the viewer. ...
Matt Hanson

07.10.09
Matt Hanson APEngine’s Gary Thomas talks to Matt Hanson, founder of onedotzero, author of The End of Celluloid, creator of A Swarm of Angels, and named by Forbes magazine as one of the Ten People Who Could Change the World. You started onedotzero in 1996, but what were you doing before that? I was a film critic, contributing to Dazed and Confused, The Face, The Independent, The Guardian. ...
Ruth Hogben: Gareth Pugh A/W 09

21.09.09
Gareth Pugh A/W 09, Ruth Hogben In honour of London Fashion Week we bring you this stunning short that showcases British avant-garde designer Gareth Pugh’s Autumn/Winter 09 collection. The piece was directed by London-based filmmaker Ruth Hogben, with Styling by Editor of Fashion at Dazed and Confused, Kate Shillingford. And for a taster of Gareth Pugh’s collection Spring/Summer 2010, check out the interactive cube created by Gareth ...
Quayola

21.09.09
quayola.com Quayola.com is the website of London-based visual artist Quayola, who creates hybrid works that blur the boundaries between art, design and film. Through his work he creates worlds where the real and the artificial co-exist, as can be seen in works such as Rome, Strata #1 and Strata #2. In these works church architecture is transformed by the appearance of geometric, computer-generated shapes which ...